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Saturday, September 13, 2014

The Sex-Fueler Shake (Juicing Recipe)

This great-tasting juice has a wonderful effect – it boosts libido and testosterone levels and also charges up your circulatory system, getting blood to your sexual organs and enhancing your ability to get and keep better erections. Brought to you by "Get Juiced (101 Juicing Recipes)".


- 2 bunches of dark grapes, such as Concord or black seedless

- 1⁄2 cup pitted dark cherries

- 4 whole strawberries

 - 1-inch piece of fresh ginger

First add the fruit to the juicer and then the ginger. If the ginger is too strong for your tastes, use half as much.

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Friday, August 8, 2014

Getting The Most Out Of Your Fitness Regime

Often, a lot of time and effort goes into a fitness regime, so it’s important that one makes the best of it. It is worth planning and tailoring a fitness regime to be specific to the goals in mind – building and toning up requires a different exercise routine when compared to reducing fat and slimming down. A diet is crucial too, and taking the right vitamins and supplements is essential to achieving a healthy balance.

Plan Exercise and Dieting Routines In Line with Your Goals

Building muscle and reducing fat are the two popular goals for fitness regimes, but the approaches are very different. Not only do the two plans require different workout regimes, they will also require specific dietary adjustments. To achieve weight loss goals one needs to restrict calorie intake – as the body burns energy throughout the day and during exercise, a reduction in calories will force the body to burn fat.

On the flipside, if the plan is to bulk up or tone, there will be a need to increase the intake of certain food groups to ensure the body has the right nutrients to build muscle. In addition, it will be difficult to achieve a low calorie diet when there are post workout meals planned. Workout routines are different for these two goals – cardio training is great for losing weight, but if trying to build muscle, cardio training needs to be limited as this could reduce the calorie surplus that can be used for building muscle.

Supplements for Weight Loss or Muscle Building

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Protein Supplements: How They Work If Consumed Post-Exercise

Whether you're new to the world of exercise or well on your way to stardom, you'll have heard of protein supplements – particularly protein shakes. But how effective are they, and how do they work if you consume them after you exercise?

Let's start by looking at the theory behind it. Resistance training – which is any exercise that involves your muscles contracting against an external resistance (things like dumbbells, your own body weight, even a bag of sand) – works by increasing the amino acid delivery to your muscles, as well as the rate of absorption. If you add extra protein after exercise, it can stimulate extra protein synthesis which leads to added strength and lean body mass. Basically exercise followed by protein equals more muscle.

Or so the theory goes. The problem is that many studies show it has no effect – and many studies show it does. So what does this mean? An analysis of a few studies notes that it does indeed lead to increased muscle strength and lead body mass – it's just unclear as to whether it's timing or amount that matters more.


When should you be taking supplements – should you be organising your workout time around them? You may have heard 20 minutes, but the effects last for at least 24 hours – and possibly 48! There will be diminishing returns, but don't force yourself to take one straight after. You can cool off, have a shower, and even go home before taking a supplement, and it will still have the desired effect. It's not just after either – you could eat a couple of hours before – it's been proven to work just as well! The only downside is it can be unpleasant to eat before a workout, hence people favouring afterwards.


Monday, June 30, 2014

MI40X Review - Can You Really Gain Muscle With This Program?

MI40X is the brand new workout system released by one of the top IFBB Pro Bodybuilders, Ben Pakulski. In case you already found out about this product and you were looking for a detailed MI40X review, you came to the right place. If this is the first time you hear about it, feel free to visit the official website first, and then come back here and continue reading the review.

MI40X is an advanced workout system, that contains all the information you need to know in order to gain as much muscle mass as possible WHILE burning fat at the same time. The information is not your average bro-science, and is based on a scientific study performed at the Department of Health Sciences and Human Performance from The University of Tampa. The conclusion of the study was that “MI40-Xtreme increases lean body mass, muscle hypertrophy, power and strength in resistance trained athletes”.

And even though the study was made on people who were already working out, the program works very well for beginners as well. As you’ll learn below, it includes training videos, programs and information for beginners, intermediate lifters and advanced athletes.

About The Author

Before we discuss more about MI40X, let’s talk a bit about the man behind it. Ben Pakulski is one of the top 10 IFBB Professional Bodybuilders of the world, with some of the best legs in this sport. He is only 33 years old, yet has some amazing results. He won the Canadian Championships in 2008, finished second at Flex Pro 2012, 4th at Arnold Classic 2012 and most important of all – 2nd at the Arnold Classic 2013.

He was featured in some of the top Bodybuilding magazines, including Flex, Musclemag, FitnessRx and Muscular Development. He’s not just a huge bodybuilder, but also one of the smartest people competing in this sport. He owns a degree in Kinesiology and had spent the last 15 years actively seeking for cutting edge information from the world's leading athletic doctors, coaches, trainers and therapists and applying just about every possible technique on himself.

What Is Included In The Package?

Now let’s take a closer look at the components of MI40X:

1) The MI40 CEP Rapid Start Action Plan: this is a 5 minutes video that gets you started and introduces you to C.E.P. (which stands for Cell Expansion Protocol). So if you are in a hurry and you want to get started right away, this video alone is worth its weight in gold!

Monday, June 23, 2014

How Exercising Helps Elderly People Be Fit And Fight Illness

As people age, they usually become less active. Studies have shown that adults over the age of 65 are the most sedentary age group, spending about 10 hours every day either sitting or lying down. This inactivity can be bad for their health, and can lead to obesity, heart disease, injuries due to falls, and even early death. They may find additional aches and pains, have lower energy levels, and find it hard to do the things they used to do. Exercising and staying active is important for older adults if they want to maintain their independence, stay healthy, and continue to enjoy their quality of life.

How does exercise help?

Scientific studies have shown strong links between the amount of activity that people get, and their risk of developing strokes, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, some types of cancer, dementia, and depression. When people get older, their bodies begin to decline in how well they function. Maintaining physical activity can help slow that decline. Seniors should stay active, or even become more active, as they get older.

Most people benefit from spending time with friends, family members, neighbors, and other social connections. Declining activity and health can make that difficult to keep up, which can have psychological as well as physical effects. Research results show that the way to keep living your life the way you want, staying independent, reducing your risk of illnesses and injuries, is to stay active. You don't need to be doing exercises at the gym all the time. There are other ways to stay active besides that.

Supplements can help seniors fight illness, exercise and stay active too. As the body ages, it can't produce melatonin anymore. This hormone is in charge of regulating the natural biorhythms of the body, which is why supplementation may be required in seniors over 65 who want to stay energized and maintain their vitality.  Further multivitamins and supplements that contain fish oil, calcium, vitamins A, B12, and folic acid, and vitamin D, should also be included into their diets.

Calcium keeps the bones healthy and healthy bones will help older people exercise on a regular basis. Fish oil keeps the heart strong, so if you're the type of person who enjoys hiking, taking omega-3 supplements may be indicated.

Recommendations for exercise and physical activity